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Small Steps to a Big Change

PICTURED ABOVE: Second graders Chloe Ku (left) and Ella Wing (right) measure the air pollution by using loggers that are set up by the Lower School Playground. Each second grade student gets the leadership opportunity...

Hockaday Community Celebrates the Lunar New Year

Countries in Asia celebrate two new years: one on Jan. 1 and the other also on Jan. 1, but on the Lunar calendar. Hockaday consists of various ethnic and racial groups, including those of...

Second Graders Learn to Go Green with All Green Club

On Nov. 30, second graders gathered in their classrooms at 2:40 p.m. to attend a session held by the Hockaday All Green Club on the subject of air pollution. The presentation involved an informational...

Study Hard, Play Hard

//PICTURED ABOVE: A Lower School student relaxes on one of the new additions to the Lower School playground. This playground feature is just one of the many new structures on the recently-constructed playground. At 11:45...

And from Lower School: Music

The Fourcast’s Business Manager Morgan Fisher asked Lower School music teacher Sabrina Kessee about receiving the Next Generation Music Professional Award. Q: Tell us about your involvement in music and the arts throughout your...

All Hands on Deck

Crouched around the board game “Sorry” on a November afternoon at the after-school care program “Happy Happenings,” senior Vyanka Sotelo and fourth grader Georgia Fuller wait in anticipation as Fuller rolls the dice. With...

Lower School Daisies Growing in the Garden

As you walk past the Lower School science classrooms in the fall months, the aroma of Hockaday-grown basil and oregano permeates the air, and a buzzing crowd of first or second-graders, observation journals in...

One Hockaday Aims to Bring Campus Together

Last year before the Fall Southern Preparatory Conference tournament, the whole Hockaday community came together in a noisy and jubilant celebration: the Spirit Rally. After the SPC competitors processed through the Penson Athletic Center,...

Students Soothe Dogs with Stories

Eres Stone, a Hockaday first-grader, sat on the bed, cracked open a book and began to read. The sound of barking filled the room, which housed sealed metal cages, but as soon as Stone...

Why Do You Love Your Mom?

In honor of Mother’s Day, The Fourcast interviewed Lower, Middle and Upper Schoolers about why they love their moms. Click the settings icon in the bottom right to watch in HD!